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Charity Golf Day

Join us for EIGHTEEN33’s inaugural charity golf day. All proceeds from the day will be donated to local cancer research organisation, RUN DIPG. The day includes shirts for each player, drinks and raffles on course. Following the tournament, presentation of the perpetual trophy will take place, with special guest speakers, a charity auction and meal. More than $800 per team will go to RUN DIPG, which will see us raise over $15,000 for an amazing charity.

Every team will receive:

  • Every player receives a shirt
  • Drinks on course Included
  • Perpetual Trophy for winning team
  • Each team entered sponsors a hole with signage provided – cost included
  • Special holes get larger sign and cost of prize – costs included
  • Meal at presentation included
  • Special guest speakers at presentation
  • Charity auction at completion of the afternoon
  • Raffles on course

Don’t miss out!

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Entry Teams

LIMITED TO 13

$1,500 PER TEAM (4)

Entry includes:

  • Playing entry for four players.
  • Golf carts
  • Drinks on the course
  • A commemorative shirt for each player
  • A snack and sponsor bag for each player
  • A sign displaying your company’s support placed on the tee for one hole

Partnership Teams

JUST 5 REMAINING

$2,200 PER TEAM (4)

Entry includes:

  • Playing entry for four players.
  • Golf carts
  • Drinks on the course
  • A commemorative shirt for each player
  • A snack and sponsor bag for each player
  • A BBQ meal at the end of the game with drinks
  • A large sign displaying your company’s support placed on one hole for a major course prize

This year’s charity: RUNDIPG.org

On the 17th February 2018, Matt Dun’s world was shattered when his daughter Josephine, just two years young was diagnosed with diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG). The most deadliest form of childhood cancer with average survival from diagnosis just nine months and less than 1% of those diagnosed living five years.

As a cancer researcher himself at the Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) in Newcastle, his wife a local GP, they were immediately too aware of the devastating course any brain cancer, let alone one as aggressive as DIPG, was going to run. And they had not been spared. To date, Josie has undergone more than 50 general anaesthetics, 30 doses of radiation therapy to her brainstem, seven surgeries and numerous other violations to her small body. Matt knew he could not continue to limit his research to childhood leukaemia when there seemed so much to be gained in the research of DIPG from skills and techniques he was using everyday.

So Matt developed his own research program through HMRI particularly focused on investigating ways to predict DIPG progression (in its early stages) as well as testing new drug therapies with the aim of improving survival. He has begun to use this expertise with the aim of establishing new treatment strategies for Josie and all children with DIPG.

rundipg.org

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On course prizes

  1. HOLE #3 NEAREST THE PIN
  2. TROPHY AND PRIZE FOR WINNING PLAYER HOLE #5 NEAREST THE PIN
  3. TROPHY/PRIZE FOR WINNING PLAYER HOLE #11 LONGEST DRIVE
  4. TROPHY/PRIZE FOR WINNING PLAYER HOLE #15 BEST SECOND SHOT
  5. TROPHY/PRIZE FOR WINNING TEAM HOLE #18 HOLE IN ONE CHALLENGE TROPHY FOR WINNING PLAYER, PRIZE IS POTENTIALLY BEING DONATED.
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Teams filling up quick

Join Us for the inaugural 1833 Golf Day.

Merewether Golf Club

40 King Street, Adamstown NSW 2289

 

For event information or to RSVP please contact Adam Marshall:

  • 0410 216 872
  • adam@eighteen33.com.au

Individuals can now register!

Individual registration cost $300 per person. Come join us for an amazing day of golf; you'll also receive a commemorative shirt, drinks and dinner.